On June 23-25, 2008 CD-adapco will host its highly anticipated STAR American Conference 2008 in Dearborn, Michigan. In addition to CD-adapco customer presentations, this eaxciting three day event will include discussions on CD-adapco's latest CAE software developments, a technical workshop, and an exhibition of our hardware and software partners.
The conference is free to attend and will kick-off with keynote addresses from Andy Slater, Director of Flight Sciences at Gulfstream Aerospace and Tony DeVCuono, VP & CTO of Modine Manufacturing. Under Tony's leadership, Modine is aggressively implementing virtual engineering processes to both support and minimize testing. Tony will be presenting the Modine vision for the future of an integrated virtual engineering environment. Andy will be sharing Gulfstream's experiences integrating STAR-CCM+ into their aircraft design process which includes a wide range of flow, thermal, and stress applications.
The STAR American Conference will be attended by respresesntatives from companies spanning CD-adapco's diverse customer base. Customer presentations will come from every industry serviced by CD-adapco including oil and gas, aerospace, defense, automotive, marine, building services and many others. Don't miss this opportunity to share your success story and learn from others in the CD-adapco user community.
On Wednesday, June 25th, CD-adapco welcomes conference attendees to a free hands-on workshop that will cover the basics of STAR-CCM+. Attendees will experience the integrated CFD process firsthand. The live training and tutorials will take users through the entire integrated CFD process within STAR-CCM+ including: advanced geometry pre-processing (surface wrapping), automated polyhedral meshing, accurate and efficient numerical solution, and easy yet powerful post-processing.
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